Providing we have a couple of first-person simple sentences and would like to link them all using "and" conjunction word.
In such scenarios how would people decide which verb tense (along with pronoun) should be taken?
For instance, suppose we have got three simple present perfect sentences listed below.
We have investigated this issue.
We have found no problem there.
We will have a closer look later on in subsequent chapters.
And now we'd like to merge them all into one complex, linked sentence.
We have investigated this issue and [We have found / have found / found] no problem there as well as [We will have / will have] a closer look later on in subsequent chapters.
So, my questions would be:
Are we allowed to omit pronoun "We" in second, third, ... clauses?
In second clause, should we use "have found"? How about "found" alone?